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"I am interested in the role played by reactive volatile organic compounds in the real time photochemistry that occurs in South Asian ambient air, where field measurements are particularly challenging. Ionicon PTR-MS instruments are rugged and combine high sensitivity with high time response enabling such difficult measurements of reactive volatile organic compounds to be made in real time."
"The IONICON PTR-QiTOF is very well suited for ANAEE-S. It will be used to measure VOC fluxes as a tracer of the ecosystem functioning and its level of biodiversity. It will also be used for measuring VOC fluxes from the whole ecosystems by eddy-covariance, as well as separating the contributions from soil and canopy with chambers. The analyser will serve to determine the links between VOC emissions from soils and the soil microbial activity."
"We use our PTR-MS system, consisting of two compact PTR-MS and a calibration unit, to measure breakthrough curves of adsorption filters for various gases, including highly toxic substances. The tailored Ionicon dilution stages gives us the unique opportunity to measure in a very wide range from 5 ppb to 1000 ppm."

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Scientists analysed the air in cinemas and discovered that every movie leaves a characteristic pattern of VOCs Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry and the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany investigated how the composition of the air changed when an audience watched movies from different genres such as comedies like “The Secret Life of […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2016/07/theres-suspense-air-detected-ionicon-ptr-tofms/

IONICON PTR-TOFMS instruments aboard the NASA research airplane An international team coordinated by NASA has recently investigated air pollution over the Korean peninsula. Two of IONICON’s PTR-TOFMS instruments were used to monitor volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in real-time aboard NASA’s DC-8 Flying Laboratory. The data gathered by scientists from the University of Innsbruck and Korea’s […]

http://blog.ionicon.com/2016/06/nasa-campaign-korus-aq-ionicon-ptr-tof-monitor-vocs-smog-korea/

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W. J. Acton, M. Lanza, B. Agarwal, S. Juerschik, P. Sulzer, K. Breiev, A. Jordan, E. Hartungen, G. Hanel, L. Maerk, C. A. Mayhew, T. D. Maerk: "Headspace analysis of new psychoactive substances using a Selective Reagent Ionisation-Time of Flight-Mass Spectrometer", International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2013).
A. Edtbauer, E. Hartungen, A. Jordan, G. Hanel, J. Herbig, S. Juerschik, M. Lanza, K. Breiev, L. Maerk, P. Sulzer: "Theory and Practical Examples of the Quantification of CH4, CO, O2 and CO2 with an Advanced Proton-Transfer-Reaction / Selective-Reagent-Ionization Instrument (PTR/SRI-MS)", International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2013).
7. - 10. March 2016
The world’s largest exposition on laboratory science: let's get in touch!
14. - 19. February 2016
The 7th PTR-MS conference continues the successful conference series which started in 2003.